Thanks Jeff. That one warns about incompatibility with the newest pods.
Anyone try this one:
seems like just the ticket but I'd hate to screw up either the pod or the computer.
-- Tom Fine
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From: "Jeff Kane" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Recommended software to make an iPod dump its library to iTunes on a second
> EphPod can do exactly what you want and is freeware. I've had a few hiccups using it but in
> general it works very well.
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> From: "Tom Fine" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2006 4:54 PM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Recommended software to make an iPod dump its library to iTunes on a second
>> Hi All:
>> OK, now here's the question at hand. There seem to be several programs out there that will let me
>> connect up my iPod to second computer and dump its music library into that computer's iTunes
>> library, rather than over-write the iPod with music from what's already on that computer. What
>> I'd like to do is sync up the iTunes at both work and home with the iPod being the sync'ing
>> medium. Santa arrived early here with an 80-gig iPod, which holds my entire tunes library, so I
>> can carry it from the organized computer (at home) to the disorganized computer (at work) and
>> what I'd like to do is make the work iTunes library identical to home, and further make it so I
>> can rip from CD at either location and the pod would act like a PDA, keeping both libraries in
>> Anyone else doing this? What are you using. All my computers are WindowsXP.
>> Thanks in advance and please feel free to ping me off-list if you think this is too far
>> -- Tom Fine
>> PS -- I am impressed with the audio quality of this 80-gig iPod. I think Apple must have listened
>> carefully to all the bitching about the Mini and the previous generation or two big pods and gone
>> back to better audio hardware. The replaces an old second-gen 20-gig unit that I always liked
>> sound-wise and I think this new one sounds better, both on earbuds and plugged into the line in
>> on the computer.